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MACC: Foreign countries view Malaysia as anti-corruption role model
Asiaone

MACC: Foreign countries view Malaysia as anti-corruption role ...

PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia is seen as a role model on anti-corruption, says the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). Its deputy commissioner on prevention Datuk Mustafar Ali (pictured) said many countries, including developed nations, look up to ... Asiaone, 3 days ago

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Sputnik

Growing Recession: Ukraine May Become New 'Greece' For Finland

The European Union continues to lavishly provide taxpayers money not only to Greece but also to Ukraine, Finnish newspaper Iltaleht writes. The EU's decision fora new financial aid package toGreece, which amounted toabout 86 billion euros, almost ...
 Sputnik1 month ago
Finance 24

Patriotic reporting or corruption whitewash?

CHINA has overtaken the European Union's position as South Africa's most important trade partner. It is this country that Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has just returned from after a visit where she - according to a statement before her ...
 Finance 241 month ago
YLE

MTV: Incoming police chief faces workplace bullying charges

Prosecutors are deciding whether to bring a criminal charge against the newly appointed head of Finland's police force, Seppo Kolehmainen, following allegations of discrimination during his time as vice chancellor of the Police University College.
 YLE1 month ago Finland appoints new police commissioner  YLE2 months ago Why US Police Are Out of Control  Consortium News1 week ago
Business Insider

Romania's PM Ponta to go on holiday amid criminal probe

Romanian PM Ponta addressess to media as he leaves the anti-corruption agency, locally known as the DNA, in Bucharest BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's leftist Prime Minister Victor Ponta said on Tuesday he will be on holiday from Wednesday until ...
 Business Insider1 month ago
Business Insider Malaysia

The Euro is creating tons of problems for many European countries

Flickr/Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho Finland Sometimes bad thingshappen to good economies. Take Finland. Its schools are amongthe best in the world, its government is amongthe least corrupt, and, for rich countries, its public debt is among ...
 Business Insider Malaysia4 weeks ago Why the euro might be costing Finland too much  New Europe1 month ago Finland is the poster child for why the euro doesn't work  Washington Post1 month ago
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The rising center-right

Most countries in the Nordic area top the rankings for human development, quality of life, education, lack of corruption, gender equality and peace, leading some (such as this author) to argue that theirs is a refined, a more reformed and indeed a ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago
Geelong Advertiser

Finland backs Greek bailout deal

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced a number of reforms in public investment as a measure to bring growth back to Greece, during a press conference at the Infrastructure Ministry in Athens, Wednesday. Tsipras spoke of the efforts made to ...
 Geelong Advertiser2 weeks ago Our Greek Tragedy  Huffington Post1 month ago Greece sways on the edge of collapse: How did it come to this?  Financial Express1 month ago Greek Prime Minister Tsipras Screws The Pooch  Town Hall2 months ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

IBAC: Audit found $3m in 'tea money' but 'banker' schools continued

A damning internal audit of school funding practices found the system in use was illegal but continued operating, a corruption hearing has been told. In one instance $3 million was transferred into one school's 'tea money' account. Education ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago
BNR

Schengen back on the agenda of Sofia-Helsinki dialogue

Deputy Prime Minister for European Policies Meglena Kuneva who is paying a visit to Finland has discussed the refugee problem and Bulgarias accession to the Schengen area with Foreign Minister Timo Soini. Meglena Kuneva stressed that Bulgaria was in ...
 BNR3 days ago
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